Daily Archives: February 4, 2018

SOUTH AFRICA: CAPE TOWN’S WATER CRISIS HITTING TOURISM – OFFICIALS

CAPE TOWN– A chronic drought that could leave South Africa’s Cape Town without water within weeks is hurting visitor numbers and knocking a rare economic bright spot, officials said.

With experts predicting Cape Town will …

SIX AFRICANS INJURED IN ‘RACIAL’ DRIVE-BY SHOOTING SPREE IN ITALY

ROME– A shaven-headed far-right supporter suspected of wounding six Africans on Saturday (Feb 3) in brazen drive-by shootings in central Italy was arrested, as the country’s interior minister said “racial hatred” had prompted the attack.…

SIX AFRICANS INJURED IN ‘RACIAL’ DRIVE-BY SHOOTING SPREE IN ITALY

ROME– A shaven-headed far-right supporter suspected of wounding six Africans on Saturday (Feb 3) in brazen drive-by shootings in central Italy was arrested, as the country’s interior minister said “racial hatred” had prompted the attack.…

SIX AFRICANS INJURED IN ‘RACIAL’ DRIVE-BY SHOOTING SPREE IN ITALY

ROME– A shaven-headed far-right supporter suspected of wounding six Africans on Saturday (Feb 3) in brazen drive-by shootings in central Italy was arrested, as the country’s interior minister said “racial hatred” had prompted the attack.…

Italy’s Prime Minister Urges Calm as Shooting of Migrants Inflames Election

Luca Traini, a one-time club bouncer, sometime boxer and far-right electoral candidate, was defiant during a standoff with Italy’s paramilitary police, the Carabinieri, Saturday in a piazza in the small central Italian town of Macerata, …